The vision for Hessequa Municipality as set out for 2012-2016 and beyond is:
A caring municipality where everyone reaps the fruit of cost effective and innovative service delivery, stimulated economic growth and sustainable use of natural resources
The Hessequa Council has set the following 8 Strategic Objectives ahead of themselves with specific impacts to be made:
· Empowerment of communities through effective communication and participation.
· Ensuring a sustainable future through effective conservation and restoration of natural resources, limiting the impact of our presence in the ecology and returning to a heritage of preservation.
· An innovative approach to maintenance of all services and assets, as we develop infrastructure that secures growth in a sustainable manner.
· Efficient and cost effective service delivery to all our residents, of the best quality.
·Development of socially and culturally prosperous and safe communities through strategic investment in integrated human settlement.
·A special focus on human development to enhance the social well being of our residents.
· Developmental interventions that would stimulate economic growth, to the benefit of all communities.
·A prepared local authority with a fit for purpose workforce, creating equal opportunities for all residents in a transparent, accountable and measurable manner.
Last Updated (Friday, 25 May 2012 12:56)
Vanaf 1 Julie 2013 sal voorafbetaalde elektrisiteit verbruikers ‘n basiese tarief, wat op ‘n daaglikse basis op kragaankope verhaal word, betaal. Deernisverbruikers is hier van uit gesluit en betaal nie ‘n basiese tarief nie.
Nasionale Elektrisiteits Reguleerder van SuiderAfrika (NERSA) die 2012/2013 elektrisiteit tariewe met die volgende voorwaarde goedgekeur het, “The Energy Regulator further requires that the municipality restructures the domestic prepaid non-indigent tariff by introducing a basic charge for the 2013/14 financial year as the energy block rates are extremely high.” Die ondertekende brief is ontvang vanaf NERSA se Hoof Uitvoerende Beampte, Phindile Nzimandeen vervang die konsep brief wat oorspronklik verklaar het dat munisipaliteite “advise” is om die tariewe te implimenteer.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 19 June 2013 09:20)
Voorafbetaal elektrisiteit verligting / Prepaid electricity relief
UITNODIGING AAN VOORAFBETAAL ELEKTRISITEIT VERBRUIKERS OM VIR MOONTLIKE VERLIGTING TE REGISTREER SOU HULLE 6000 OF MEER kWh ONGEBRUIKTE EENHEDE IN HUL BESIT HET.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 11 June 2013 11:57)
hessequa thusong mobiles 2013/14
The Hessequa Jamboree project is an attempt by Hessequa Municipality to bring government to the people, especially to the rural areas.
The Service Delivery Jamborees are underpinned by the eight Batho Pele principles, most notably that of access. Communities must have access to key government services. To ensure that communities have the necessary access to these services, the Jamborees were adopted as a model for providing access within the communities. Essentially, a Jamboree is a ‘one-stop shop’ for government service delivery. A number of key departments are brought together in a venue located within a community to deliver services.
National, Provincial and Local Government Departments integrate their services at the Jamboree to ensure that clients are able to access all the services within this venue, without being sent from pillar-to-post. Each department has a senior official on-site to deal with ‘problem cases’ so that these clients can be assisted at the Jamboree. In those instances where the client absolutely cannot be assisted at the Jamboree, they are referred to the district office for immediate assistance.
Hessequa Thusong Mobiles 2013/14
25 & 26 July 2013
Last Updated (Wednesday, 12 June 2013 13:23)
EPWP in Hessequa
Hessequa Municipality is drastically changing service delivery as well as the lives of people through the implementation of EPWP in large areas of this Western Cape Municipality.
Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) is aimed at providing poverty- and income relief through temporary work for unemployed to carry out socially useful activities.
- Total street area to be paved: 31 626 m2
Slangrivier: Olieboomsskraal road (Stormwater infrastructure)
The project enabled the following:
- Storm water pipeline of 250m (450mm dia)
The project is 60% complete to date with a completion date of 21 June 2013.
Slangrivier: Lotz & Booysen Street (Stormwater Infrastructure)
The project is under management of Element Consultants and Autumn Skies Trading 257 CC implements construction.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 11 June 2013 07:40)